Question about 1993 Honda Accord
When I start my car I know the O2 sensor works to find the correct idle to warm up the car and get it going. It recently started to rev up and down and up and down and so on until it found the right level but now it just keeps reving and reving and reving like crazy....even while I'm driving.
I thought if I just warm it up then it would calm down but it doesn't. I just got my water pump and timing belts changed but thought it wouldn't get this bad and it does. Any suggestions beyond getting a new O2 sensor ? and, are they easy to change?
Check your throttle position sensor. this has nothing to do with your water pump. when the TPS goes out it does what your talking about. it revs up and down all the time. it is fairly easy to replace
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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